Chevrolet, now a division of GM and headquartered in Detroit, Michigan, was founded in 1911 by William C. Durant and Louis Chevrolet, a Swiss-born race car driver. The largest of the GM brands, Chevrolet now offers more than 20 vehicles ranging from sub-compact cars to medium-range commercial trucks.
Since the introduction of its 1912 five-passenger touring sedan capable of topping 65 mph, Chevrolet has become an influential American brand that has found its ways into popular cultural reference. Famous "Chevys" included the Camaro, Corvette (which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2002), Caprice, Chevelle and the luxurious 1958 Impala.
By the 1970s Chevrolet, like other auto manufacturers, turned to smaller cars including the Vega and the Chevette and downsized existing models like the Caprice and Malibu in response to the times. Fighting the domination of foreign automakers, Chevrolet introduced the Cavalier in the 1980s and fine-tuned its still highly popular line of mid-and full-size truck and SUV models including the Suburban.
Continuing in its long-held tradition of designing cars for the future, Chevrolet is now working to develop vehicles with integrated hydrogen fuel cell propulsion systems including the Sequel and the Equinox, some of which may be available by the fall of 2007.
2013 Chevrolet Avalanche
While true pickup truck enthusiasts may scoff at the idea of a truck with such a short bed and non-traditional design, the 2013 Chevy Avalanche is still a big hit among many consumers, worldwide. There are 6 various models to choose from, ranging in price from $35,980 to $47,885. Definitely not the cheapest truck on the market, but then again you certainly get what you pay for. The Chevy Avalanche does not tend to disappoint. In fact, consumers are so pleased with this year's model that it received a Kelley Blue Book consumers rating of 9.3/10. If that doesn't scream customer satisfaction, we really don't know what to tell you. One of the few complaints consumers have is a lack of color schemes to choose from. With only 5 colors available, potential car buyers will be somewhat limited in their color options; not to worry however, as very few other things about this truck are limited.
The exterior has maintained roughly the same design since the first Avalanche came off the lines back in 2002, but has made just a few upgrades over the past decade or so. more
2013 Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid
The 2012 Chevy Silverado Hybrid is anything but a typical hybrid vehicle. In fact, it has incredibly torque, supreme off-road capabilities and an intimidatingly powerful overall stance.
2013 Chevrolet Malibu
The 2013 Chevy Malibu has most of the things consumers look for in a modern mid-sized sedan. It's sleek, stylish, fuel-efficient and affordable. In fact, most consumers will be pleased - and astonished - to know that this years Malibu starts at just $22,390.
2012 Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid
Not many pickup trucks can provide durability, heavy-duty capabilities and remarkable fuel efficiency; not many except the 2012 Chevy Silverado Hybrid, that is.
2012 Chevrolet Colorado 4WD
A starting MSRP under $18,000 is only the beginning of the characteristics which will draw consumers to the 2012 Chevy Colorado 4WD. 8 colors will ensure that there is a color for everyone.